Port of Air­lie on show

Whitsunday Times - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

PORT of Air­lie was re­cently on show in Syd­ney. PRD Na­tion­wide Whit­sun­day held an in­for­ma­tion even­ing to co-in­cide with the Syd­ney In­ter­na­tional Boat Show to pro­mote Port of Air­lie and what the Whit­sun­days has to of­fer.

Prin­ci­pal of PRD Na­tion­wide Christie Leet said the even­ing was well re­ceived and at­tended by a mix­ture of de­vel­op­ers, fi­nanciers and in­vest­ment sales or­gan­i­sa­tions in­clud­ing some cur­rent Whit­sun­day prop­erty own­ers and po­ten­tial buy­ers.

PRD Na­tion­wide also re­leased an­nual data on the even­ing, re­port­ing a large in­crease in sales vol­umes across Air­lie Beach, Can­non­vale and Ju­bilee Pocket.

They un­veiled the PRD devel­op­ment map which was a fo­cal point of the night as many had ex­ist­ing land in­ter­ests and were want­ing to see what the Whit­sun­day coast will look like when fully de­vel­oped. Ac­cord­ing to Mr Leet, the Whit­sun­days have seen eight con­sec­u­tive quar­ters of sales growth with this be­ing the first time in his 20 years of ex­pe­ri­ence that the lo­cal mar­ket had sur­passed both Townsville and Mackay based on in­vest­ment re­turns and the ex­pec­ta­tion for cap­i­tal growth.

Mr Leet also said that anal­y­sis of re­cent sales data pro­vided by PRD Whit­sun­days over the last 18 months showed that Port of Air­lie had com­prised 13 per cent of to­tal mar­ket share with over $30 mil­lion in sales.

“What has been par­tic­u­larly im­pres­sive in the first half of 2014 is the mul­ti­ple sales in the lat­est re­lease of The Cove water­front home sites,” he said.

“The Port of Air­lie is one stand-out per­former in both its on­go­ing devel­op­ment and its emer­gence as a com­mu­nity re­turn­ing Air­lie Beach liv­ing to the water­front.”

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